Should I quit sixth form and to Microsoft certifications?
I am currently studying Business and Applied ICT at sixth form, I am finding it boring and I am just fed up with it. Would it be worth quitting sixth form which is a lot of work to do some Microsoft certifications such as the 'Microsoft Certified Desktop Support Technician' certification. Then once I have passed that exam I could build up more Microsoft certifications. Thanks for your advice. Ps, how hard is it to pass the 'Microsoft Certified Desktop Support Technician' certification? What can I do with it?
Asked By: LOL - 10/19/2009
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its really really easy, but it wouldnt be worth quitting 6th form for, you can do them part time, As to job opportunitys havent had any luck getting jobs with any of them
Answered By: Glentoran_FC - 10/19/2009
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That certification will help qualify you to work a computer help desk. In the US, however, any employer would want you to have that certification on top of having a certain level of education. I'd imagine that's true in the UK as well. I'd imagine they want you to have college/sixth form, plus that certification, in... More
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